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Spell check of permission

Correct spelling: permission

Synonyms:
grant, recognition, privilege, validation, authentication, absolution, exception, acknowledgment, assurance, admission, exemption, stay, relief, concurrence, carte blanche, warrant, designation, verification, tolerance, commission, certification, permit, empowerment, letting, allowance, indulgence, subscription, release, encouragement, nod, agreement, approbation, toleration, sufferance, dispensation, access, support, reprieve, entrance, enfranchisement, amnesty, settlement, discharge, guarantee, grace, pardon, commendation, rubber stamp, liberty, high-sign, excuse, voice, public interest, authorization, immunity, entitlement, adjustment, clearance, sanction, green light, affirmation, entry, approval, OK, license, acceptance, blessing, notarization, freedom, empowering, underwriting, granting, consent, endorsement, assent, visa, waiver, priority, avowal, connivance, imprimatur, concession, legalization, guaranty, acquiescence, authority, promise, concordance, trust, right, confirmation, ratification, dismissal, advocacy, corroboration, allow, accord, licence, leave.

Antonyms:
repression, refusal, injunction, denial, taboo, suppression, hindrance, veto, opposition, interdiction, proscription, prohibition, resistance, revocation, embargo, rejection, ban, deterrence, prevention, exclusion, discouragement, objection.

Examples of usage:

1) Not a hint, you know until- until I give you permission. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) I shall wait for Miss Dudley's return, with your permission. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) " With your permission," he said, " the gentleman won't object to my drinking the health of this lady, as we are old acquaintances." - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

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